Charlie Shrem went to prison for bitcoin. Now, he’s back with an eyebrow-raising plan.
We interviewed Nathaniel Popper about his new book on Bitcoin, 'Digital Gold.'
Charlie Shrem is going to prison; he designed a cryptocurrency to use on the inside (if it were not illegal)
The real capitalists have taken over.
BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem was jailed, while HSBC bankers are still walking free.
In court on Monday, the government invoked the old days of Bitcoin—the rush of a financial frontier and the proud free-wheeling of the Silk Road—days that many proponents of Bitcoin wish could stay buried.
Because maybe that's a good thing.
The CEO of a bitcoin exchange has been arrested in an alleged money-laundering scheme to sell $1 million in bitcoins to drug traffickers.